Princeton, May 5-6, 2017
What is the history of the perception of the U.S. president – including as a global president – in the decolonized/ing world? At which junctures did that perception arise, shift, and assume contrasting if not conflicting forms? Who produced, consumed, spread, and contested it? And what does this theme tell us about globalization?
These are key questions underlying this conference which, for three reasons, will focus on the presidency of John F. Kennedy.